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of this call, but do we have any sense of what fellow. >> rob:s are telling speaker boehner? how likely are we to see a vote in time to avoid going of the cliff? >> it really is up in the air. i'm told in part that's why house. >> rob:s didn't make a decision to bring the house back or when to do it because the ball really is in the senate's court, specifically with senate democrats. that has changed big time since a few weeks ago. at this point what they are trying to figure out is whether or not they can find enough republicans to cross party lines for what the president proposed right before he left for hawaii which is a scaled-back bill focusing on tax cuts and on what he campaigned on which is only keeping the cuts in place for those making under $250,000. is it a big ask to get ten senate republicans to get them to cross over. they think with the deadline that they're up against, it's going to be hard to go back home and say, i let everybody's taxes go up. >> so what do we know about it? >> it is still being crafted and that is part of the dance that's being done in these next few days w
in the region had no electricity. that number was down to 133,000 by yesterday afternoon. rob marciano, you are busy tracking it all at the cnn weather center in atlanta. what can we expect today? >> this storm moving east. it's going to impact even more people. millions across the east coast in the form of wind and rain, which will slow down travel, also knock out more power. the snow continues to come down in many spots. the video just doesn't get old here. we're talking about blizzard conditions that impacted places yesterday across eastern kansas, parts of missouri and through iowa where the huge car pileup was and across wisconsin as well. these are some of the numbers. 18.5 inches in middleton, wisconsin. washington, wisconsin, seeing 16 inches. madison setting a record at 13.3. dubuque, iowa, over a foot of snow. massive, massive system. the white obviously indicating the snow. that's spiraling back around through chicago. strong winds off lake michigan. winds battering the indiana and illinois coastline. this will continue to push toward the east. more snow coming down. the heaviest
hotel. it starts where you might expect, with a hollywood heavy hitter. director and actor rob reiner. >> this was after proposition eight went the wrong way for us. >> reporter: the launch took place in november 2008 a week after the election. obama won the white house. but gays and lesbians lost the right to marry in california. >> we try to figure out what to do next. then we thought about the idea of a possible legal challenge to proposition eight. and serendipitously a friend of my wife's came by the table. >> reporter: the friend suggested they would find an ally in her former brother-in-law, who turned out to be ted olson, a towering figure in the conservative legal movement. so that stunned you, right? >> yes, more than stunned me. it stunned me, but i said if this is true, this is the home run of all times. i mean, the idea that ted olson, this arch conservative, the solicitor general for george bush, who had argued bush v. gore, and basically put me in bed for a couple of days, i was so depressed after bush v. gore, was interested in gay rights. i thought, let's check it out
, but, again, talk to your doctor about that. >> sanjay gupta with always good advice. robbing a bank is bad enough, but what the suspect did next gives new meaning to the phrase self-incrimination. jeanne moos just ahead. me too! and nasal co lenol bo] [ tissue box ] he said nasal congestion. yeah...i heard him. [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-symptom nighttime relieves nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. relieves nasal congestion. ...so as you can see, geico's customer satisfaction is at 97%. mmmm tasty. and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make these geico adverts. so we're taking you behind the scenes. this coffee cup, for example, is computer animated. it's not real. geico's customer satisfaction is quite real though. this computer-animated coffee tastes dreadful. geico. 15 minutes could save you 15 % or more on car insurance. someone get me a latte will ya, please? bp has paid overthe people of bp twenty-threeitment to the gulf. billion dollars to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open, and
and walk down the side hill to get in here. it's really, really, it's very bad in here. >> what a mess. rob marciano has been tracking the storms that have been soaking northern california. is there more rain on the way? >> there is. not today, today we get a break, but in some areas rivers and small streams are on the rise and another pulse of energy pointing its way right at northern california. it will be the fourth pulse of heavy wind, rain and snow coming into this area over a five-day period. look at some of the damage out of oakland. a number of homes damaged because of flooding and rains there. roads damaged as well this is widespread, across the bay area, southern parts of oregon, just the infrastructure can't handle this moisture and underwashing some of these roadways. rescues, high water rescues yesterday and over the weekend. you can just imagine when some of these small streams come up and over the roadways, if you're driving through them people get stuck. the crews are brought in to try to get the job done and folks to safety. across napa valley, incredible flooding there. th
community. [ applause ] rob manna and ray corbo are firefighters with the newtown hook and ladder company and join me live. thank you for being with us. how you are you holding up. >> it is difficult every day. every day it is a little better, but it is a challenge, certainly a challenge. >> one of the things i know usual doing is handing out gifts to little kids, things from the red cross. it has to bring some comfort. >> definitely helps. overwhelming amount of stuffed animals and teddy bears have been streaming into the fire house and we're doing what we can to get it out to the children in town. >> you were born here, right. >> yes. >> tell people about this community. i have just been struck by how close knit it seems and probably now more than ever. >> the overpouring of support from people in the community and the unity and the emotion is just overwhelming. i can't say enough of the support we have been getting from even outside other communities and all around the country, the phones ringing off the hook for people that want to bring food or supplies or whatever they can. >> i kno
and toasty and warm inside today. >> you are. >> let's get to meteorologist rob marciano, tracking it all, at the cnn weather center in atlanta. >> good morning, soledad. what happen yesterday, you will get a feel what's happening today. the totals won't be the same today. a foot and a half middleton, wisconsin. dubuque, iowa, a foot or more with blowing or drifting snow. and that caused some travel problems yesterday. 67-mile-an-hour wind gusts at the st. louis airport. right now, de-icing there because of the cold. other air traffic delays, ground traffic stops and laguardia, two-hour delays, and three-hour delays already at newark. those are just going to continue to pile up. bag storm, a lot of snow behind us. michigan, parts of indiana, blowing, drifting snow, wind gusts on the shores much lake michigan over 0 mil50 miles an . imagine the waves. all rain from trendon up through bridgeport. some heavy at times. sleet mixing in and snow across parts of the canadian border, winds across a large swath. wind gusting to 50 miles per hour, enough to do some damage. snow totals expected in t
is expected today. rob marciano is following it all from the cnn weather center in atlanta. a lot of rain headed their direction? >> yes. not as much as last week, but the ground is already sat ratur. napa valley has been getting hit hard. the russian river up and over flood banks. now they will ease back into the riverbeds, but with additional rainfall today, it may go back into flood stage there. there is the latest video showing a couple glimmers of sunshine, that was short-lived yesterday. how much rainfall have we seen in the last few days? in a six-day total almost two feet of rain at mount sast ta. sterling city, 21 inches of rainfall. sims, california, 17.9. this is tremendous rainfall for a nontropical area. it has a tropical connection, because it's coming from the direction of hawaii, but still a mid and northern latitude situation. seattle and portland seeing some rain, snow at the higher elevations. if anything is a saving grace, it's a little cooler this go-around, so some of the moisture getting locked up in higher elevations in the form of snow. most of that is well north
community. [ applause ] rob manna and ray korbo are firefighters. how you both holding up? >> difficult every day. every day it's a little bit better. but it's a challenge. it's certainly a challenge. >> one of the things i know you guys have been doing is handing out gifts to little kids, things from the red cross. that's got to bring some comfort. >> definitely helps. overwhelming amount of stuffed animals and teddy bears came streaming into the firehouse. and we're doing what we can to give it out to the children in town. >> you were born here, right? >> yes. >> you're from here originally. tell people about this community. i mean, i've just been struck about how close-knit it seems. and probably now more than ever. >> yeah, the outpouring of support from people in the community and the unity and, you know, the emotion is overwhelming. i can't say enough of the support we've been getting from even outside, other communities, and, you know, all around the country. the phone is ringing off the hook for people who want to bring food and supplies or whatever they can. >> i know on that h
the hour. parts of the southwest looking at snow today finally. is this meteorologist rob marciano joining us? >> i feel like we have to savor every minute with rob. >> please do. good morning. a little bit of snow across the southwest. you're right, it's been kind of a dry start to the winter for much of the inner mountain west. this will build some of the snow pack that has been yearning for the white stuff. there is your pulse of energy moving into southern california a bit of rain yesterday. claps of thunder in spots, more showers this morning. at the higher elevations of the san gabriel mountains, snow level at 4,000 feet that could bring 6 to 10 inches of snow there. in the mountains of utah, the san januauans of california, th will also be seeing snow, so they will take it for sure. in between the coasts, warm temperatures. once again, the above-normal temperatures continue across the southern and central plains. a cold slice of air trying to push through the northern tier, but that will have a hard time getting too far down to the south. temperatures right around seasonable. you go
whiteout conditions. it's the worst storm to hit that state in more than five years. >>> let's go to rob marciano. good morning, rob. >> this is a doozy. the snows have been piling up. columbia river bar traffic, to get in to use the river to deliver the goods has been pretty much shut down. more rain and snow on the way here. they're measuring in feet. not only across oregon but northern california, as well. the winds, incredible. especially at the high elevations. mary's peak, oregon, 101. but in the low lands. and lincoln city, at sea level, 81-mile-per-hour wind gusts. the winds are going to push inland today. so, a larger swath of real estate will be enduring these, at times, damaging winds. and the snow will push inland. that's good news for the areas of salt lake city and around the colorado rockies, where they could use the snow. but the snow will create avalanche conditions across the cascades, where they've seen several feet of snow. nice across the midsection. but this storm, if you live in the east coast, you're dealing with it right now, especially in the northeast. you go n
year's marquez current home was robbed, leading him to look for a more secure compound, which he found here. for years he boxed only for modest purses, now at the end of the career, his money has grown, his working class roots are merely a memory, and knowing had his children are taken care of is one of his greatest comforts. >> check, check, check. one, two, three. >> back in the philippines, preparations are under way for a special event in the ballroom. >> manny pacquiao has flown into town with his wife to celebrate the sixth child of their oldest daughter, princess. ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ happy birthday, happy birthday ♪ ♪ happy birthday to you >> the celebration is geared toward the kids. but the proud papa is always willing to show off he is familiar with what is all the rage. >> this is a request song. manny, manny. music please! >>. ♪ it's really important to have time with my children, my kids and my family, to play with the kids, because five years from now, ten years from now, i cannot play like that anymore. gangman style! gangman sty
. >> reporter: the shooter, buford furrow, had robbed them of their security. >> when you were dropped off at school, you wondered, am i safe? >> yes. >> for how long? >> probably through middle school. >> if we heard helicopters, sirens, loud noises, anything that would startle me, the house was on lockdown. >> so you would lock doors? >> every door and window. >> why would you lock every door and window? >> that was the closest thing i could feel safe. >> reporter: now 19, these two young men are among people who have experienced what the connecticut children have experienced. >> the pictures of the kids being taken out and all standing in this line, i could accidentally mistake the pictures from when i got shot. >> reporter: they worry for the newtown children. >> i think they are going to feel, you know, afraid of the dark, afraid of loud noises. >> reporter: what advice would you give to these parents in connecticut? >> listen to your kids. you know? they're a lot smarter than we take them for. and so you really have to just listen to them and be understanding to them and know that th
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or serious damage. there is no widespread threat of a tsunami in the wider pacific. good news there. rob mars yoen no is ciano is li you heard about this earthquake? >> as far as the tsunami is concerned, there's a few remote sensors out there, and we have not heard more than a couple feet about the wave that developed, that is gone. this is smaller than what happened in march of 2011. that was a mega thrust fault. this one is more of a reverse fault, so the ocean floor dives south. that's one of the reasons we didn't expect a huge tsunami. this area through here is where they saw one to five or six-foot waves. we are just waiting for reports to come in back here across the u.s., lower 48, rainfall pushing its way into the allegheny and atop the appalachians. chicago looking at a bit of rainfall there. will you break a record? talk more about that in a second. here is your front. another system moving across the pacific northwest that will bring in cooler air and tap some of the cooler stuff from canada. temperatures above average but will sink below average. 9 degrees expected in bismarck. s
english to rob you blind. steven, while i agree that every penny counts when it comes to your own money, when you compare the taxes most americans paid out in past decades, i don't get why republicans are screaming bloody murder about this. what would be so bad with the wealthest chipping in just a little bit more? >> when you showed that chart of the tax rates and that was exactly accurate. we had 70% rates in the 1970s. by the way, that didn't turn out so well, then we cut the rates significantly. 50%, then 28 and then the rates went up to 35%. but i would love to see you super impose on that chart. the share of taxes paid by the rich. here is the interesting thing. if you put the share paid by the rich, as the share came down, the share paid by the rich went up to almost 40% today. >> doesn't that just mean there are more rich people or that they make more money? >> yep and that's what we need. rich people may a lot of the taxes. one of the reasons the deficit went down in the 1990s was that you had a big increase in the number of people making money and they paid more tax. there's n
kidnapped and robbed at gunpoint by his customers. police say when the 51-year-old arrived that home to deliver the pie, the suspects restrained him with duct tape and put him in the furutrunk of his car. they drove 20 miles and dropped him off. the victim's car is still missing, but he's still delivering pizzas in a borrowed car. >>> an animal right's group has paid out a settlement to the owners of ringling brothers and barnum and bailey circus. one of animal r
lost thelost their lives, ages 5 to 10. the rest of the classmates were robbed of innocence after witnessing this tragedy, these parents will forever be mourning. i want to introduce to you michelle babco. she used to work at a daycare and watched many of the children that were in the elementary school at the time of the shooting. how did you find out about the shooting? >> earlier this afternoon, i contacted a family and asked if the girls were okay. they were home safe and sound, but to pray for the ones that were very fortunaunfortunate. >> do you know if any of the kids who attended your daycare were victims of the rampage? >> all of them right now home safe and sound with their families. >> it must be an enormous relief? >> it was. to hear all of the kids i have kept in touch with all these years were home, yes. >> did you have a chance to talk to their parents or find out how they are doing? >> i did. i said they are very fortunate, home, and, you know, to pray for the ones that were not so fortunate in the shooting earlier today. and very, very happy that their little ones
their lives, ages 5 to 10. while the rest of their classmates were robbed of their innocence after witnessing this tragedy, these parents will forever be mourning. i want to introduce you to michelle. she used to work at a day care center and watch maryland of the children in the school at the time of the shooting. how did you find out what was happening today? >> earlier this afternoon i contacted a family that i have kept in touch with for many years and i asked if they were okay and he said they were home safe and sound but to pray for those who were so unfortunate. >> do you know if any of the kids that attended your day care were victims in this rampage. >> all of them at this point are home safe and sound. >> it you must have been an enormous relief. >> it is, yes. >> have you had a chance to talk to their parents or find out how they are doing? >> i did. they are very fortunate they are home and, you know, to pray for the ones that were not so fortunate in the shooting earlier today. they are very, happy that their little ones are home. >> you work at this day care, called the little e
of those who have had their children robbed from them at such a young age when they had so much life ahead of them. as we mentied that shooting in '96 and also in '96 a shooting in tasmania that ended with five people being killed. that statement after that we received from prime minister julie gillard. >> it is almost beyond comprehension, but that is what we have seen today. heartfelt sympathies go to those families who have lost a child. to those families who have lost a loved one. to those families who are now trying to counsel their young children that has been witness to such shocking scenes and so distressed as a result. >> two of the statements from coming all across the world in demonstrations of solidarity. back to you, john, in newtown. >> victor, you said it so well. if there is one thing that is universal, it is the love for our children. victor blackwell in atlanta, we'll come back to you in a little bit. for more information on how you can help those affected by the shooting go to cnn.com/impact. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone deserves the gift of all day pain relie
who has guns that they could steal, who doesn't, who they can rob, that is what larry pratt of the gun owner's association is concerned about here. you know, we have to monitor this closely to see if there's a crime wave in that area that takes place as a result of this. >> the information is public. they can get it anyway. seems like wow, it's made easy. >> easier and faster. >> yes, as i say, so many issues in this. freedom of the press and gun ownership and all of that. thank you so much. i appreciate it. if you are a fan of the group queen or maybe you like to watch bizarre video, stick around. sie? who do you think i am, quicken loans? at quicken loans, we'll provide you with myql mobile. this amazingly useful app allows you to take pictures of your mortgage documents using an iphone or android smart phone... so you can easily send them to us. one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. ooh, la-la! omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you ca
. >> rob marciano is tracking the storms from the cnn weather center in atlanta. how is it looking in the near future, rob? >> well, a bit of a break today, soledad. more rain coming tomorrow. you saw the folks dealing with the rain about fall, cars driving through it. the rivers rushing. but we have infrastructure damage, as well. some video out of oakland in and around this area, lafayette there, this home damage, a number of them, you get near the hillside, that brings down debris and boulders and mud, and that does damage not only to homes but on the other side of roadways, we've got damage from a number of primary and secondary roads in and around this bay area. a tremendous amount of rainfall that has just undermined those structures. so you've got issues with that, as well. of course people driving through these flooded streets. you've got a need for rescues. the fire departments and their swift water rescue teams were out in full force over the weekend rescuing people. this is in cuss cadder ra and a number of other people had to be rescued. napa valley tremendous rainfall
and the architecture, the great actors and actresses. i love julianna margulies in that. and josh charles was robbed. will gardner was robbed. >> game change got a lot of love. nominated a lot before nicole kidman got nominationses in both the movie categories and the television categories as did maggie smith. so a lot of dual nominees, a lot of crossover going on. it will be a fun night. award season has begun. >> my vote goes to alisha florrick. we got to go. >> bye. >> tell those folks you're trying to do tv. >>> "showbiz tonight" will have more tonight at 11:00 eastern on hln. questions? anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. approved! [ female announcer ] live the regular life. phillips'. and now -- i got a great new way to get deals. it's called bankamerideals, from bank of america. i choose the cash back deals in my mobile or online banking. i just use my bank of america debit or credit card when i pay. and i get as much as 15% cash ba
morning. they are rob mana and ray corbo. they served their community now for more than 20 years each. but the day they got that call, they say it was like nothing they had ever seen before. how long have you all been volunteering as firefighters? >> about 21 years. >> a little over 25. >> and where were you friday? >> i was working probably about 2,000 feet from the school, on a stone wall in business district in the center of sandy hook. so my response time was very quick. i was there very soon. >> so you were there. >> mm-hmm. >> did you have any idea what you were walking into? >> no. >> not at all. matter of fact, we were just talking about that. we had a fire call a few minutes ago and we were talking about that on the way back. and you get the initial dispatch and you really don't know what you're coming into, but for the most part you're ready for it. and this time that's not the case. >> you're never ready for this. >> never. i don't think anybody -- anybody anywhere, if they tell you they were ready for something like this, they're not being honest with you. >> i don't want
, california. and 140 miles south of st. nicholas, california. on baja california. rob marciano joins us. >> at this point, 25 minutes ago, two reports of earthquakes. one a 6.4 as you mentioned. another a 6.1. both just off the coastline by about 100 miles or so. the smaller one, a little bit closer to the coast. these are strong enough and certainly close enough to be felt in not only baja california, but san diego area, likely the islands off l.a. and also l.a. proper here, likely no damage with this. and also no tsunami warnings have been issued with this. typically anything below a seven sun likely to trigger that. an active area where the pacific plate bumps into the north american plate. nothing new for folks who live in southern cal. anything over a 6 is enough to wake up the masses and i'm sure our viewers have felt it. a 6.4 magnitude quake and 6.1, 1 100 to 150 miles. off the california and mexico border here just about 25 minutes ago. we'll replay the reports to up. >> if you felt this, felt something, can you tweet us @earlystartcnn. tweet what you are seeing and if you felt
to it. >> we'll leave it at that. i do not want to get in trouble. all right. roll the open, rob. >>> i'm don lemon. it is the top of the hour. we're going if debt you caught up on the day's headlines. egypt is divided over a new draft constitution. supporters of the president mohamed morsi protested near egypt's high court building today and blocked judges from entering. the high court reacted by indefinitely suspending all court sessions. that will postpone a ruling on the legitimacy of the group that wrote the constitution. president morsi has declared his decisions are now immune from judicial oversight. >>> hungarians took to the streets protesting comments made by a member of the country's far right opposition party. last week a member of the parliament suggested it would be timely to tally up people of jewish ancestry bringing back outrage and memories of the nazi party. the comments followed a debate over fighting in the gaza strip and national security. the lawmaker later apologized and said his remarks were misunderstood. >>> three suicide bombers all in cars today attacked a
not thinking enough. >> don't rob banks. bad. very bad. thanks very much for watching and follow us on twitter. erin burnett "outfront" starts erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> "outfront" next, 27 days away from the fiscal cliff. things are getting silly. octogenarians doing gangnam style. plus, what the united states is planning to do if assad uses chemical weapons against his own people. and 24-year-old amy copeland contracted a deadly flesh eating disease in may. doctors gave her a 1% chance of survival and tonight, she's "outfront" to talk about it. let's go "outfront." tonight, gangnam style. yep, this is how one man sees the fiscal cliff and it's a pretty important man. this is alan simpson. ♪ yep. that maybe the most action the fiscal cliff saw today. here's the scene on capitol hill at noon. yep, people leaving. members of congress leaving washington, heading home on wednesday afternoon. one man left standing was the house speaker and he says i'm not going anywhere. >> i'll be here and i'll be available at any moment to sit down with
the darnedest things, right? guess what? she really did rob a bank and steal a car. and police in new york county, nebraska, really did show up at her house and really did take her to jail. hannah, not trying to tell you what to do, i'm just a news guy in a bowtie, who wrote this? you're facing 70 years in prison for armed robbery and grand theft auto. who's kidding who? her criminal career was probably doomed already. this is how i have to say about her -- look at this. she's klassy. we'll be right back. initiated. neural speeds increasing to 4g lte. brain upgrading to a quad-core processor. predictive intelligence with google now complete. introducing droid dna by htc. it's not an upgrade to your phone. it's an upgrade to yourself. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone deserves the gift of all day pain relief. this season, discover aleve. all day pain relief with just two pills. >>> could it be the end of gang nam style? >> i just say that because -- i'm sick of hearing that song. korean pop star psy has apologized for wrapping anti-american lyrics in 2004. text of the lyrics refsurfaced n
, this is not some internationalist left-wing conspiracy. this is a very much a bipartisan idea. george w. bush, rob dole, richard thornburg, not exactly a list of socialists. they're all for this treaty. and that's because it's really a very simple, basic idea. >> supporters of this u.n. treaty say because the senate has these ruds, these advice and consent things that limit the scope and define the scope of it, that is a protection that this treaty would ever be used to try to change u.s. law. he says that's not the case. >> it is the case because these objections that he was raising, they were raised at the committee level. and what the sponsors of the thety did was, okay, we don't think this is a legitimate concern. but just to be doubly sure that we know what this treaty means, they put in essentially amendments that say you can't go to an american court and try to enforce this treaty. the u.n., no one can do that. so again, it's a paranoid fan fantiacy. it's not reality. >> are there cases where -- that you know of where u.n. bureaucrats, you know, not even english-speaking u.n. bureaucrats li
saw him running by on his way to shoot the gun. and so it was obvious he wasn't intending to rob the store or anything. he just looked like he was heading toward a public area so that he could shoot. >> and if he was jogging, it almost seems like maybe he was on a mission. he maybe knew who he was going to find. we don't know that. we don't know if it's a random shooting or if he had intended victims in there. but i just cannot imagine what people in the store must have been doing. if i was shopping and saw something like that, i would just look around and say -- i would be confuse mord than anything. >> yeah, a lot of people looked at each other when he ran by. and it actually took a moment even after hearing the gunshots relatively nearby for someone to say, those are gunshots. and everyone to flood out of there. you just have a moment of trying to piece together what training thing is happening. >> as we're talking to mina. on our television screen year showing all the police officers outside. we just saw a state police truck. the governor issued a statement from salem saying
't burnt down or robbed around them. in the area of los angeles, the only businesses that survived were they had these weapons on their rooftops. and the looters, the rioters, the arsonists, went elsewhere. there's a good reason. i watched it on your network. >> you may have seen on my network, the coverage of the aurora shooting. james holmes, the killer there, had four weapons. he also bought 6,000 rounds of ammunition on the internet. he was armed to the teeth. and he had protective gear on him, which is also what happened with jacob roberts in oregon. they planned this meticulously. and they went in with these rif rifles. and had the weapon not jammed in the mall yesterday, we could be looking at a death toll higher than what happened in aurora. i say to you, why do people in america, outside of the military and the police, need to have the ability to have an ar-15? i don't understand. >> well, i just gave you one example in the l.a. riots. >> you're saying, if there's a riot -- a riot 20 years ago. you're talking about a riot 20 years ago, as being the only reason -- the only reaso
standing behind us, they're going to have problems. >> reporter: housemates of jacob taylor rob taylor roberts avoided our questions. not willing to talk about what might have led roberts to open fire on holiday shoppers. >> yeah. i've seen him there. >> reporter: neighbors say the 22-year-old moved in about six months ago, renting the basement of this portland house. bobbi bates last saw him yesterday when he left at 1:30 in the afternoon. >> he just came out. and he didn't wave or anything. came out with a guitar case in the car. >> reporter: two hours later, the 911 calls were coming in from the clackamas town center. roberts, wearing a hockey mask and firing a stolen ar-15 semiautomatic rifle was making his way through the mall. >> all i heard is, i am the shooter. and then shots rang out. five or six shots. and i just ran out. i started telling anyone and everyone i saw, there's a shooting going on. don't go in there. >> reporter: police say the only reason he didn't kill more people, his rifle jammed. he had several fully loaded magazines. officers back at roberts' house are stil
indian woman who was robbed and gang raped. >> the 23-year-old woman has died now of her injuries at a singapore hospital. and the suspects in her brutal attack are facing murder charges at this point. >> cnn is in india's capital new delhi. police have tightened security there. by how much? and are they worried about massive new protests? >> reporter: you're right. they were very worried about massive new protests because you remember the scale of the protests we saw here in new delhi last weekend. they were quite violent, but security has been stepped up dramatically across the capital city today. i attended one of the protests, and to reach that site, a popular protest site, it took a while because there was a heavy police presence on the streets. smo of the roasome of the roadsg to the area, train stations were sealed off. and the protests today were very, very peaceful. they were loud, noisy, people making their point and voices heard, but by and large, they were very peaceful today. alison? >> six suspects are in custody. is that the case? have they been charged with murder
weapons. she may have been in fear of being burglarized or robbed or somebody else happening. maybe she had been threatened, you know, once before in her life and felt like she wanted weapons in the house to protect herself. but, there's not going to be an easy answer to that question unless she told a friend or relative why she wanted to have those three weapons. >> you know, let me follow up, tom. how hard is it to get a bush master rifle? and if i can ask about the pistols for a second, what are the issues surrounding them? are they possible to load with these high number of round magazines with a lot of bullets? >> yes, they're possible to do that. the standard magazine would generally enable that gun to have about 15 bullets in it. each of the two guns, about 15 bullets a piece, but you can buy extended magazines that carry 30 rounds like we saw in the tucson shooting a couple years ago. that would be available. we don't know if he had that in this case or if he just reloaded and had multiple magazines and reloaded as he ran out. because we think he shot more than 30 rounds from th
who made those donations. i will turn this to rob parker. >> we're waiting to hear from the father now of this 6-year-old, emilie parker, shot and killed in the elementary school yesterday. that was -- that was emilie parker's aunt who was speaking, and her father, emilie parker's father, robby parker is going to be speaking right now. the family wanted to speak and wanted to make it clear they wanted to remember little emilie parker, and we just heard what a wonderful young little six-year-old girl she was. how sad of a story this is. it gets sadder and sadder as we learn more details of these young kids and the six adults shot and killed at that school. 26 victims, 20 children. 6 and 7-year-old first graders mostly shot for no reason at all. and six adults, mostly teachers, all women, shot and killed, as well. once again, robby parker, the father of 6-year-old emilie parker, is supposed to come to the microphones. i assume he's consoling the sister right now. and he will have the strength -- this is the decision that the parker family wanted to do. they wanted to come to the micropho
. >> thanks for robbing off on me. >> reporter: 30 and in love, tony lusardi, and lauren russeau. do you remember the moment you knew you were in love with her? >> yes, the first date i had with her, i knew. >> reporter: at a wine bar where they shared their first kiss, lauren called him lovie, he called her "busy bee." one of those people that didn't have a mean bone in her body. >> she didn't want to honk her horn in traffic, she thought it would be mean. >> reporter: lauren liked to send cards like this. >> she said it made her laugh. >> reporter: these silly photos taken at a friend's wedding, exactly two months before lauren died. >> this is the second try, making funny faces. there was like a first one. she was like, i don't have a funny face. >> reporter: they just celebrated one year of dating in november. >> i'm really glad that i had a relationship that was really good for a year. >> reporter: exactly the same month she became a permanent substitute teacher at sandy hook elementary school. >> she was thrilled and loved to tell me what she was doing that week. she would send a t
today. let's get right to meteorologist rob marciano. he is following it all from the cnn weather center in atlanta. good morning. >> good morning, zoraida. this is the worst stretch of storms that northern california has seen really in about two years. another punch today then we'll set up for a dry trend. the good news is that it has been dry so the ground, even though we've seen a lot of major flooding, the ground has absorbed a fair amount of it. seattle to portland, rain right now. snow at the highest elevations, and the rain will eventually push down into san francisco and sacramento later on today. this system is actually messing up the atmosphere and creating a lot of warmth across much of the country. if you live anywhere east of the rockies, actually anywhere east of the cascades and sierras, you're feeling it. temperatures, record breaking yesterday, into the 60s and 70s across parts of the midwest. 20 and 30 degrees above average. that would be the case again today, and then a little bit of a cooldown as we go through time. but watching the rain closely across san francisco a
. this is rob reporting. you see aerial shots overlooking the school. cnn can independently confirm that the shooter is dead and at least two employees of the school have been killed. we want to dip into the raw coverage from our affiliate. we can't confirm the raw live reporting that they are doing, but we want to get a good look on the ground and get a sense of what they're learning. >> it seems as if that scene has quieted down now. that is the vehicle that they seem to be interested in, that black honda. it was taped off very early on in the whole incident, and you can see a police dog taken over to the car. this is footage from earlier today. i know what's going on. they're looking for a scent, and there is a report from another television station in connecticut that two gunmen were involved, and one was led away in handcuffs. >> so the early report of two gunmen and then now with -- the abc affiliate reporting that that -- that other second gunman taken away in handcuffs. at this point all the information we've received is that the shooter -- the fatality was an adult. there a
? meteorologist alexandra steele is in for rob. >> today new york you will be in the 40s but you know, where's it been? in the last two weeks or so, we've had 1,600 record highs. of course with the warmth we've had a lack of early snow in the midwest and also in the northeast. of course they go hand in hand. take a look at this. it's been 276 days in chicago without measurable snow. measurables is a tenth of an inch or more. we could break the record in milwaukee. it's been 275 days without measurable snow. the record there only a few days from now. really no big snowstorms, not even an inch coming for some of these places but that will change. colder air is coming. i promise if you're looking for it. we've seen such cold air in alaska and in canada. that wilt drain farther south. the jet stream allows these temperatures to drop off and afford snow if the moisture moves in. 15 to 25 degrees below average for so much of the country. the southeast, we're staying from atlanta, nashville and birmingham. sunday is when that cold air will come in. two chances in places like denver, minneapolis and
is in for rob marciano. let it snow. >> absolutely. a snow on hanukkah. we have to love that. this is their livelihood there. it's been a poultry few years, biggest snow in minneapolis in two years. and certainly it's february 2011 when they had this. last year in minneapolis, they only had 22 inches. the biggest snow was four. it's been poultry. so we're bringing it on. maplewood, minnesota, 14.7. that's about 14 miles east of minneapolis. eau claire, 0 inch12 inches, yo the picture. the cold air in place. the arctic air moved in with the moisture. we got all that snow. but, you can see what happened. here's the radar. all the snow is gone. dry air is working in there. arctic air is there. so right now minneapolis, it feels like 3. but farther east where that moisture is, you can see, look at this big front with all this rain and severe weather. so we've got snow, severe weather and record heat potentially from new york down to washington and florida. so here's what's happening in the northeast. albany right now, it's 40. no snow for you. it's really northern maine that will
that the boots were really expensive and he was afraid to wear them out because, you know, somebody might rob him of the boots so he's hidden the boots somewhere and that's why he's not wearing them. this is according to "the new york times." i was curious by the initial reaction to this photo because you see people everyday just walking by homeless people, treating them like they're a nuisance and yet this picture is taken and this outpouring of love. how do you like marry the two images? >> it is tough, isn't it? i know i have a hard time just walking past homeless folks and feeling torn. i think when we have a single image, then it can touch our hearts and it's not in that apprehensive threatening way because you never know if folks have mental disabilities, what they will do. i think our fears can rise up sometimes, but when we see one person, then our hearts are touched because we see, oh, my heavens, that could be me. i could be in that place, and we identify with the person. that's the challenge in our huge nation, as rich as we are. we often don't know how to connect one on one, and the g
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